Unlocking the Leader Within #BeALeader

  • 7:30 AM
  • Aroma Restaurant, 717 Richmond Street, London Ontario

When: Thursday, November 27th | 7:30 AM
Where: Aroma Restaurant, 717 Richmond Street, London Ontario
Tickets: $20 Students | $25 IABC Members | $35 Non-members

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Register by 3p.m. Monday, November, 24

Do you consider yourself a leader? An individual may not possess the most obvious or stereotypical leadership qualities, but everyone has a skill set they can use to enhance themselves, a team, and others around them. Everyone can be a leader in their own right – let us show you how to Unlock the Leader Within.

Leadership is an evolution; an on-going process involving continuous learning from entry-level to management and beyond. You can be a leader in your community, in your classroom and even among your friends.

UnlockingTheLeaderLogoCome to our panel discussion to learn from our leadership coaches; guests will also have the opportunity to have a free headshot taken. You will also get insights on using internal and external resources to improve your leadership abilities through Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Characteristics (KSAOs). Learn how to capitalize on strengths to compensate for weaknesses in order to be the “full package”. Whether you consider yourself a leader or not, everyone can benefit from Unlocking the Leader Within.

A great leader needs a great LinkedIn profile: The first 50 people to arrive will be guaranteed a free headshot for your LinkedIn profile!

About our panelists:

1.Jonathan Creaghan
The Human Side of Business

Website: http://www.jonathancreaghan.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathancreaghan
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jdcreaghan

Jonathan Creaghan has spent the past thirty years analyzing the human factor of the business world. He works with clients in various industries, using his proprietary TotalLEADER® program and tools to help transform their workplace morale and business stature.

With expertise in leadership development and motivational efforts, Jonathan’s goal is to teach people to think differently and participate in active personal growth. Jonathan was recognized by the Toronto Chapter of the International Coaching Federation for excellence in coaching of a family company.

He is an active contributor to leadership blogs and is the author of several books, including Duxter’s Leap!, The Pursuit of Possibility and the Thinking Differently Leadership Series. His books are published around the world in several languages. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Western Ontario.

2.Janet Frood
Horizon Leadership Inc.

Website: http://horizonleadership.ca
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/janet-frood-cpcc-orscc-pcc/2/634/9b6
Twitter: https://twitter.com/janetfrood

Janet Frood is an internationally recognized executive, leadership and team coach. In her 25 years of professional experience, her many accomplishments include being a successful entrepreneur, owning two businesses, and raising over $100 million for The University of Western Ontario, St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation and Victoria Hospital.

An authorized facilitator for the Diagnostic AssessmentTM, The Leadership Circle ProfileTM and Conflict Dynamics Profile, Janet is also an active member of the International Coaches Federation and the Strategic Capability Network. Janet is currently a founding member of the Centre for Social Innovation London.

A degree in social behaviour and international coaching credentials make Janet a uniquely qualified and praised leadership coach. Janet is a graduate of Queen’s University and the Executive Leadership program from the Ivey Business School.

3. Gerard Seijts
Faculty, Organizational Behaviour, Ivey Business School, Western University

Website: http://www.ivey.uwo.ca/faculty/directory/gerard-seijts/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/gerard-seijts/0/35a/b49
Twitter: https://twitter.com/iveyleadership

Gerard Seijts received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 1998 and is the Executive Director of the Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership. Prior to joining Ivey Business School in 2000, he was on the faculty at the I.H. Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba. Gerard has taught EMBA, MBA and undergraduate courses in leadership, leading change, organizational behavior, performance management, and staffing.

Organizations including OMERS, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Maple Leaf Foods, WestJet Airlines, New World Development, and Bank of China Hong have used him for teaching leadership programs. He has also worked closely with executives of organizations such as the YMCA and Scotiabank to develop teaching materials. Gerard has also consulted with local governments in Canada and Honk Kong regarding issues like leadership and change.

Gerard’s research activities range across a wide variety of leadership topics such as goal setting and training and development, and he has recently written two books: Leadership on Trial: A Manifesto for Leadership Development and Good Leaders Learn: Lessons from Lifetimes of Leadership.

Gerard is the husband of Jana Seijts and the proud father of Aiden and Arianna.